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  • Our War: Marine wounded on Iwo Jima proudest of helping Guam natives

    U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Otto Wehmeyer was in a tank on Iwo Jima when it hit mines and then took anti-tank fire. He talks about his last day on the island, his war wounds and the fates of his crew.

U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Otto Wehmeyer was in a tank on Iwo Jima when it hit mines and then took anti-tank fire. He talks about his last day on the island, his war wounds and the fates of his crew. Brad Weisenstein bweisenstein@bnd.com
U.S. Marine Corps Sgt. Otto Wehmeyer was in a tank on Iwo Jima when it hit mines and then took anti-tank fire. He talks about his last day on the island, his war wounds and the fates of his crew. Brad Weisenstein bweisenstein@bnd.com

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